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          Stevenage vs. Wycombe Betting Tip

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          Jamie Reid To Score First @ 9/2
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          Match Result

          Shrewsbury Town

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          Stevenage vs. Wycombe Prediction, Tips & Stats

          On Saturday, Stevenage and Wycombe Wanderers are set to clash in an intriguing League One fixture at the Lamex Stadium. As two sides with distinct aspirations, both teams will aim to secure a vital win to propel them closer to their respective objectives in the league standings.

          Stevenage currently find themselves placed 7th in the League One table, standing just three points adrift of the playoff places. After their promotion from League Two last season, Stevenage made an excellent, and surprisingly so, start to life in the third tier, displaying ambition and determination to compete among higher-caliber opposition.

          Under the stewardship of manager Steve Evans, Stevenage showcased their potential as genuine automatic promotion contenders during the early stages of the campaign. However, a recent decline in form has seen them struggle to maintain their momentum, with four winless outings in their last four matches, including three defeats.

          In their most recent fixture against Derby County, Stevenage fell to a narrow 1-0 defeat, conceding a late goal in the dying moments of the game. Despite their recent setbacks, Stevenage's home form remains relatively strong, having lost just two of their last ten league games at the Lamex Stadium

          Leading their attacking charge is striker Jamie Reid, who shares the title of the league's joint-top scorer with an impressive tally of 17 goals. Reid's finishing prowess has been instrumental in Stevenage's attacking exploits, and he will be pivotal to their chances of securing a positive result against Wycombe.

          Meanwhile, Wycombe Wanderers enter the encounter positioned 15th in the League One standings, six points clear of the relegation zone. Although they are not entirely out of danger, Wycombe have shown signs of resilience in recent fixtures, aiming to secure their safety in the division.

          Under the guidance of manager Matt Bloomfield, Wycombe has displayed a mixed bag of results, with two wins, two draws, and one loss in their last five league outings. Their recent performances, including a commendable 0-0 draw against playoff contenders Oxford United, have showcased their ability to compete against higher-ranked opposition.

          Despite their struggles earlier in the season, Wycombe's victory over Peterborough United exemplified their potential to cause upsets against top-six sides. With defender Luke Leahy leading the scoring charts with eight goals across all competitions, Wycombe need other players to step up to the plate and chip in with goals if they are to hit their ceiling this season.

          Wycombe were beaten 1-0 by Stevenage when the two sides met in the league back in November, but given they're coming into this game off the back of a four-match winless run the Boro might fancy their chances to claim a big three points from this one.

          For our Stevenage vs. Wycombe prediction, we're going for a 2-1 win for the home side.

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          Stevenage Team News

          Louis Thompson is expected to keep his place in the starting lineup after impressing against Derby in the week, but Nathan Thompson and Ben Thompson are both expected to miss out.

          Wholesale changes aren't likely, but Finley Burns and Aaron Pressley are both vying for a place in the starting lineup.

          Wycombe Team News

          Brandon Hanlan remains a long-term absentee amidst a serious knee injury while Nigel Lonwijk will miss out here with a muscle injury.

          The side that started the 0-0 draw will Oxford United will likely mirror the side that takes to the pitch from the start here.

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